Date: 30th January 2012 at 11:36am
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The game of the weekend came at the Crown Ground where manager-less Accrington Stanley produced a thrilling 4-3 victory over Gillingham. The game was not as close as the score line might suggest as the home team were 4-1 to the good a half time. Gillingham have since announced they are to reimburse supporters who made the trip to East Lancashire.

Wimbledon failed to continue their unbeaten run as they went down 2-1 at home to Aldershot. The result leaves them just behind Morecambe in the league table, however the Shrimps do have a game in hand V`s Crawley.

Barnet defeated Crewe at Underhill by 2-0. Barnet took the lead from the penalty spot after Dave Artell had been shown a red card. Sam Hector made the points safe in the 77th minute.

Bradford remain in trouble after a 2-1 away defeat at Bristol Rovers. Mark McGee recorded the win in his first home game in charge of the Gas.

Dagenham produced a 3-2 win over Rotherham to ease their relegation fears. John Still`s men didn`t have it all their own way as after taking a 2-1 lead the Millers went straight up the other end where Alex Revell equalised.

Shrewsbury were 2-0 winners over Hereford as Graham Turner recorded victory over his former club. The Shrews are going very well at the moment and it looks like their wait for League 1 football could be coming to an end.

Promotion chasing Cheltenham had to come from behind at Macclesfield but eventually came away from Moss Rose as 3-1 winners.

A late Tom Pope goal sent Plymouth back to Devon disappointed as it looked like the game was heading for a draw before Port Vale stole the points.

A Mark Ellis goal 15 minutes from time defeated struggling Northampton for which relegation now seems a real possibility.

Oxford moved back into the play off places after coming behind to earn a 1-1 draw away at Burton Albion.

There`s one fixture on Tuesday in League 2 were Swindon take on Southend at Roots Hall in a top of the table clash.

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